Adds a parcel type to a parcel fabric. A parcel type is defined by a separate polygon and line feature class. Parcel type feature classes are controlled by the parcel fabric dataset.
Parcels are added to the parcel fabric as parcel types. Examples of parcel types are ownership parcels, administrative parcels, and subdivision parcels.
In a map, parcel types are added as group layers. The group layer contains the parcel polygon layer, the parcel line layer, and historic sublayers.
On an enterprise geodatabase, the input parcel fabric must be from a database connection established as the database parcel fabric owner.
The connected ArcGIS Enterprise portal account must be the parcel fabric owner.
The parcel fabric topology must be disabled.
On an enterprise geodatabase, this tool should be executed when connected to the default version.
The parcel fabric to which the parcel type will be added. The parcel fabric can be from a file or and enterprise geodatabase.
The name of the parcel type. The name will be assigned to the output polygon and line feature classes.
The updated parcel fabric.
The parcel type polygon feature class.
The parcel type line feature class.
The following Python window script demonstrates how to add a parcel type to a parcel fabric in immediate mode.
import arcpy arcpy.parcel.AddParcelType("c:/Data/County.gdb/Parcels/CountyFabric", "Ownership")
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